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post #11 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-13-2019, 01:34 PM
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Welcome anyway...maybe you will like this one better,, http://www.popforum.space/viewforum.php?f=5



I noticed the standard Cauliflownia disclaimer at the top of that link: "Known to cause cancer in California".
I receive motorcycle parts in the mail with the same disclaimer. I am damn it not going to eat those break pads or the plastic bag it came in!
And I don't even LIVE in California!





<Sorry, end rant>


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post #12 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-13-2019, 08:00 PM
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Well it has been a great 2016 on the VTX forum and I've really enjoyed the answers to my 2014 questions about the bike. Keep up the camaraderie guys and I look foreword to chatting in the new year. Happy new year 2017!












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Hello, I am one of the 3, that's right 3 moderators for this board. By the way, the 3 of us do this ON OUR OWN TIME and for FREE and one of us is on leave for personal reasons. We do not go searching around the various 80 plus pages just to look for newbies posts. Put them on the Welcome board and it will be a lot faster and easier for all. But, I've approved this last slam fest of a post of yours so you are now free to call us moderators anything you want and they will show up right away
And you do a whale of a job here, and are much appreciated
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Well being new to this forum and not knowing how this forum works, that why I asked the question. I have had a least 2 post replies that end up not being posted by your moderator. As with most forums there are always bullies that like to say something negative when somebody posts that they don't agree with. A good example of a bully is by Evrin260 remarks. Evrin260 just stay up north where you belong and we will get along great. So thank you Evrin260 for the warm welcome
But saying stupid, negative and untrue things is O. K.? That's what most of us do not tolerate, I think. And the same time you expect warm welcome?
Being polite, at least in the begining, pays out better everywhere in life...
(BTW, I'll keep your advice and stay up north and not going south with you.)
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post #15 of 29 (permalink) Old 07-14-2019, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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But saying stupid, negative and untrue things is O. K.? That's what most of us do not tolerate, I think. And the same time you expect warm welcome?
Being polite, at least in the begining, pays out better everywhere in life...
(BTW, I'll keep your advice and stay up north and not going south with you.)
Where's the ignore button when you need it?
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Let’s try this again...Welcome neighbor from just across the river...lot of good info here....... if u can wrench...this forum and a manual is all you’ll ever need...for miles of smiles....good luck
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I dunno, I read the sticky - five posts and basically you're in. Seems fair enough, and as suggested elsewhere I started a welcome thread which got me to the five anyway. Seems like an effective way to cull spammers. Looks like a great group, have enjoyed looking around and learning, and I don't even have the bike yet. Soon.
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Let’s try this again...Welcome neighbor from just across the river...lot of good info here....... if u can wrench...this forum and a manual is all you’ll ever need...for miles of smiles....good luck
Thanks for the welcome. Yeah I do some wrenching but almost getting too old to do much anymore. Yeah I did invest in a service manual to help point me in the right direction. Recently bought some Cobra pipes and plan on installing them myself as the bike still had the stock pipes less baffles. I'm semi retired and only work one or two days a week. Been riding for 40 + years.
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Thanks for the welcome. Yeah I do some wrenching but almost getting too old to do much anymore. Yeah I did invest in a service manual to help point me in the right direction. Recently bought some Cobra pipes and plan on installing them myself as the bike still had the stock pipes less baffles. I'm semi retired and only work one or two days a week. Been riding for 40 + years.
Don’t overlook the exhaust gaskets (need replacing)..it will look like they are not in there...part #’s in the how to section...I get mine at oriellys....
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Yeah I got the gaskets on the way also. Thanks for the reminder though.
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